(Houston, Texas) August 31, 2012 – Attorney Benny Agosto, Jr., recently teamed up with his 10-year-old daughter Victoria to publish a children’s book titled, “Victoria Goes to Court.”
The book tells the story of a 9-year-old girl named Victoria who learns about the concept of injustice while in school one day. After inquiring about how someone can fight injustice, she discovers that is where lawyers can help. The book is designed to educate America’s youth about justice and the ways that attorneys can help society. It provides information on how someone can become a lawyer, and explores a number of career opportunities for lawyers.
Earlier this year, during the annual Law Day in May, “Victoria Goes to Court” was read to children to help them understand the role that attorneys and the court system plays in the United States.
Victoria N. Agosto is currently a fifth grader at Brill Elementary School in Spring, Texas. She enjoys soccer and cheerleading. She has always dreamed of writing a book and is proud to have written her first book with her dad.
Benny Agosto, Jr. is a partner with the law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner. He is board certified in personal injury trial law by the State Bar of Texas and served as the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) president for 2011-2012. He is co-founder and member of the Board of Directors of the HNBA Legal Education Fund and is a past president of the HNBA Region XII and the Mexican American Bar Association of Texas (MABATx).
To order a copy of “Victoria Goes to Court” you can email Benny Agosto, Jr. at [email protected]. All orders are subject to a minimum donation to the MABATx in the amount of $20.00.